Looking for an insurance option that won’t affect your family’s existing policy? Need coverage for a few days, but don’t want to pay more for a young driver surcharge? Veygo is here to help. Offering comprehensive, flexible coverage options for non-car owners, Veygo gives you the freedom to organise your own insurance, on your terms. Perhaps you need to borrow a car for a few hours to help a friend move house, or you’re learning to drive in your partner’s car. Veygo is designed to cater to those one-off and short term situations, so you don’t have to fork out a fortune on insurance.
Select the offer you want to redeem, and copy the code from the pop up window. You’ll be redirected to the Veygo website, where you’ll need to complete a full quote before proceeding. On the ‘your final quote’ page, select the blue ‘add a promotional code’ link - you can paste your code in the box that appears to redeem.
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What is my excess on my Veygo policy?
The accidental damage excess on most car sharing policies is £750. For learner driver policies, there's a compulsory excess of £250 if you need to make a claim.
How old do I need to be to use Veygo?
Veygo offers cover to drivers from 17 years old, or up to 60 days in advance of your 17th birthday. Rentals are available for ages 21 and over.
Can I add additional drivers to my Veygo car rental?
No - a rental through Veygo only covers the named driver. If you’re looking to share the driving, we’d recommend one of Veygo’s car sharing insurance options instead.
You can get in touch with Veygo at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
When returning your rental car, you’ll need to drop it off to the branch selected in the quote. Make sure it’s got a full tank of fuel - cars returned late or without fuel will incur an additional charge.